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|K - B||John Radford|
I have transferred this memorial to you. I walked this small cemetery in 2011, and took pictures of all the gravestones that I could read. There were some old ones that were so worn that I couldn't read them, so I can't say for sure there wasn't a stone. The information regarding Maria, came from a cemetery index. The index indicates the information came from an obit from the Goff, KS newspaper, dated May 10, 1906. I have not seen this obit. It maybe possible for you to get a copy from the Kansas History Library in Topeka, KS. They have old newspapers on microfilm there. You should be able to find an address if you google the library.
Added by K - B on Feb 17, 2013 1:55 PM
|AOPatton||RE: Photo of TN Huff tombstone|
Absolutely, you have my permission to use my photo. I'm glad I could help.
Added by AOPatton on Jun 13, 2012 5:31 AM
|SusanR||Frank & Clara Cameron|
Well, there was finally a little break in the weather. Unfortunately, there is only a small headstone for Frank but there was a cement edge around the plot with the family name.
Added by SusanR on Mar 24, 2012 12:03 AM
|George Robbins II||Jodie McEuen (McEwen)|
I have been searching for Mr. McEwen in Evergreen to fullfill your photo request, and so far have not found him. As you stated the only location given by both cemetery and Bisbee Museum records is in General. I have searched the on-line cemetery plot maps for him in 12 sections labeled as General, East General, West General and New West General with no luck. I have found other McEwens, but have not found either Jodie or Anita. I also researched people who died about the same date as Jodie to put me int the correct area of the cemetery with no success. Jodie died in 1910 at a time when very poor records were maintained, and the remaining plot maps have faded, or the records were just not entered. I will keep scanning the plot maps for awhile, and you might also want to look at the maps for his grave. They are at http://www.bisbeecemetery.com/, under Mapping and Research. If you do find his location, let me know and I'll be glad to take the photo.
|RaeAnn||Alice Moore Durgin (Sep. 29, 1856 - May 7, 1901)|
Willcox Pioneer Cemetery request -
I was unable to locate the headstone you are requesting, but I am new to this. I did talk to Dan Douglas who is the funeral home person here in Willcox and he told me that he has a list of all the people of record in that cemetery. It is not in order, and does not have a plot map, only names, but I am going to stop by and get the list from him. I am not able to complete this request, so I am returning it to unclaimed. I will try to learn how to email you the list when I get it. Take care. RaeAnn
Added by RaeAnn on Nov 15, 2011 7:35 PM
|Mary Lavezzari||Jefferson Maddison Cook marker|
This marker might have an interesting story. Jefferson Maddison Cook was the name on the marker when our local Eagle Scout did research on this cemetery. His records were transcribed to findagrave. On going to the cemetary yesterday I found that the marker has been changed to Jefferson Davis Cook. I inquired at the Cemetery office and found there were no records for Jefferson Maddison Cook. I have made a new memorial for your ancestor,j davis and have entered the new photo on that memorial. Mary
I was beyond excited to find this entry. I only recently discovered that my ancestor Alice Moore had a brother Lemarcus. I had no idea that Alice had been married a second time to a Durgin. If you have any information on this marriage I would so appreciate learning about it. I have compiled a bit of information on Lemarcus if you would like it. It would fill in some of the gaps in the info you have. I am so excited to find another relative on my Moore Line.
|Mark Frazier||RE: Riley Tomstone|
Glad I could help. I found and created memorials for three siblings of Thomas: William, Garret, and Ella (Sharp). Also added Anna Mary who might be a sister.
My ancestors had very close association with Adin and Clarissa Geer. My family always referred to them as Mammy and Pappy Geer. I have photographs of my great-grandmother and her daughter visiting the home of the Geers. There are several of your family in the photograph that I cannot identify.
I personally knew Josephine Moore Wright. My father had many dealings with her. I am a Wright also but we were not related to Josie Wright as the name I knew her by. My email address is: firstname.lastname@example.org
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